There are more things in heaven and earth than one podcast can talk about. I hope to talk about some of the most important things.
Episode 60: Alastair Roberts on Biblical Interpretation and James Jordan
In this episode, I talk with Alastair Roberts about the importance of careful study of the Bible to understand its typological and symbolic structure. We also discuss why he recommended "Through New Eyes" by James Jordan online (which I then bought and read!). Check out his website where you can find links to his Soundcloud and YouTube page where he hosts his talks on biblical interpretation: https://alastairadversaria.com/. Be on the lookout for a Theopolis podcast series where he'll discuss Jordan's work with Peter Leithart and others, which should be out very soon (https://soundcloud.com/user-812874628). Note: I called the Theopolis podcast Theophilus for some reason at the end, and I might have done it earlier too. In my defence, I think loving God is good.
Episode 59: Why we Should read Irenaeus of Lyon
In this episode, Drs. Wyatt Graham and Jim Payton talk about Irenaeus of Lyon as well Philip Melanchthon and Martin Bucer. Make sure to buy Dr. Payton's book where he condenses Irenaeus's great work "Against Heresies" into one volume here: https://www.amazon.ca/Irenaeus-Christian-Faith-Condensation-Heresies/dp/1608996247
Episode 58: Alex Tseng on What Carl Henry got Wrong
In this episode, I speak with Professor Alex Tseng (PhD Oxford) about Carl F. H. Henry. Professor Tseng currently serves as research professor in the Department of Philosophy at Zhejiang University in China. In particular, we talk about how Carl Henry diverged from earlier classically Protestant distinctions such as Archetypal and Ectypal theology and affirmed a form of knowledge akin (but not exact) to univocalism. Do check out Prof Tseng's author page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/Shao-Kai-Tseng/.... [Sometime in the middle of the Podcast, I (Wyatt) mistakingly said that Carl Henry was part of the Evangelical Free Church. I correct myself at the end, but don't be misled by my mistake!]
Episode 57: Alan Hayes on Indigenous History in Canada
In this discussion, Alan Hayes and I discuss Indigenous people in Canada. We cover, broadly speaking, the stages of European and Indigenous relations in Canada.
Episode 56: Archbishop Mark MacDonald on Indigenous Persons in Canada
In this episode, I talk The Most Rev. Mark MacDonald who "became the Anglican Church of Canada’s first National Indigenous Anglican Bishop in 2007." We discuss indigenous persons in Canada as well as the Christian faith among indigenous persons in Canada.
Episode 55: Ephraim Radner on Scripture
In this episode, professor Ephraim Radner and I discuss the nature of Scripture. You won't want to miss this conversation. Make sure to listen right to the end. We develop an idea right to that the end of the conversation. So it might just be worth the wait.
I have really enjoyed many of these conversations!
Really Good Interviews.
If you want to explore some of the great issues of the day (in the context of the Christian Faith and practice) this is a cant miss. Long format interviews with fascinating people get you to the heart of the issues.